Support the three J's for Common Council
Re-elect John Martin, Elect Justin Brasch, and Re-elect John Kirkpatrick
White Plains is moving in the right direction under Tom Roach's leadership. To keep it that way, Tom needs his team on the City Council. They're all also endorsed by the White Plains Democratic City Committee.
"White Plains has a top notch city government in place, one that is committed to the idea that everyone is welcome in our city. We are one city moving in the right direction, united by our shared values, and I'm running for re-election to keep it that way."
- Councilmember John Martin
John Martin has been a civic activist for decades. A resident of White Plains since 1982, he raised his four children in our city. John is an attorney and has been the owner of a downtown business for many years. He is the Founder and Chairman of the St. Patrick’s Day Parade Committee; served as president of the Fisher Hill Association; and was the Chair and Treasurer of the White Plains Business Improvement District. John has served on the Common Council since 2011, where he currently chairs the Recreation Advisory Committee and serves on the Capital Projects Board.
"I am running for Common Council to keep our city moving in the right direction. White Plains is a strong and diverse community with a rich history and a bright future. I want to be part of continuing that momentum. I'm honored to be running as part of Tom Roach's team."
- Justin Brasch
Justin Brasch has been committed to public service since he interned for progressive icon Congressman Ted Weiss at age 17. He works as a landlord-tenant attorney, and has extensive experience defending the rights of tenants facing unjust evictions. Justin served on the Westchester County Budget Advisory Committee for 12 years and is a member of the White Plains Planning Board. As Council Member, his top priorities will be investing in open space, working to make sure development works for every neighborhood, maintaining our commitment to community policing, and creating affordable housing.
"White Plains has been good to me. Where else can you find the convenience, good government, diversity, superior services, excellent schools, and reasonable taxes that we enjoy here? Those features make our city great, and preserving them has been the main focus of my time on the Council."
- Councilmember John Kirkpatrick
John Kirkpatrick is a city planner, environmental lawyer and community activist who came to White Plains almost 45 years ago and fell in love with this city. He's been active in our civic life since, beginning with the Comprehensive Plan Revision, the Carhart Association, and the Fisher Hill Association. A founding member of the American Planning Association and the American Institute of Certified Planners, he was Westchester Chair of the NY League of Conservation Voters, and is presently Secretary of the Westchester Parks Foundation. John and his wife raised three kids in the city, who attended White Plains public schools.